More People From China Have Recovered From Coronavirus Than Those Still Infected (Details)

H/T Flag And Cross.

The drive-by media will never admit this as they are using the virus to bash and run down President Trump.

Time to end the narrative, folks…

Hopefully, the stock market will soon bounce back after a horrible last week that bled into Monday. The problem is that nations across the globe continue to give the coronavirus all the power.

Yesterday, it was reported that Italy – all of it – was going on lockdown until, at least, April 3. Think about that for a second. Imagine how their economy will suffer.

The thing is, more people have recovered from the illness in China than those that are still infected.

Will the mainstream media let the masses in on the secret, so as to calm hysteria?

From Fox 26 Houston:

As of March 9, China had 80,735 confirmed cases. That number includes those who have recovered and those who have passed away.

When separated, China has 58,600 confirmed recoveries and 3,119 deaths, according to a real-time tracker provided by Johns Hopkins University.

Continued:

Worldwide, there are 111,405 confirmed cases. Although 3,892 of them did not survive, more than 62,000 have already recovered.

In other wild China news – circa 2019…

B. Allen-Ebrahimian

@BethanyAllenEbr

BREAKING: We at ICIJ have obtained a NEW trove of highly classified Chinese govt documents, including the operations manual for China’s concentration camps.

I served as ICIJ’s lead reporter for the China Cables, with 17 media partners from 14 countries.https://www.icij.org/investigations/china-cables/exposed-chinas-operating-manuals-for-mass-internment-and-arrest-by-algorithm/ 

Exposed: China’s Operating Manuals for Mass Internment and Arrest by Algorithm – ICIJ

A new leak of highly classified Chinese government documents reveals the operations manual for running the mass detention camps in Xinjiang and exposed the mechanics of the region’s system of mass…

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B. Allen-Ebrahimian

@BethanyAllenEbr

The China Cables represent the first leak of a classified Chinese government document revealing the inner workings of the detention camps, as well as the first leak of classified government documents unveiling the predictive policing system in Xinjiang.

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B. Allen-Ebrahimian

@BethanyAllenEbr

The China Cables represent the first leak of a classified Chinese government document revealing the inner workings of the detention camps, as well as the first leak of classified government documents unveiling the predictive policing system in Xinjiang.

B. Allen-Ebrahimian

@BethanyAllenEbr

The leak features classified intelligence briefings that reveal, in the government’s own words, how Xinjiang police essentially take orders from a massive “cybernetic brain” known as IJOP, which flags entire categories of people for investigation & detention.

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B. Allen-Ebrahimian

@BethanyAllenEbr

The leak features classified intelligence briefings that reveal, in the government’s own words, how Xinjiang police essentially take orders from a massive “cybernetic brain” known as IJOP, which flags entire categories of people for investigation & detention.

B. Allen-Ebrahimian

@BethanyAllenEbr

These secret intelligence briefings reveal the scope and ambition of the government’s AI-powered policing platform, which purports to predict crimes based on computer-generated findings alone. The result? Arrest by algorithm.

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B. Allen-Ebrahimian

@BethanyAllenEbr

These secret intelligence briefings reveal the scope and ambition of the government’s AI-powered policing platform, which purports to predict crimes based on computer-generated findings alone. The result? Arrest by algorithm.

B. Allen-Ebrahimian

@BethanyAllenEbr

Details about the detention camp how-to manual:

It was approved by Zhu Hailun, Xinjiang’s deputy party secretary and disseminated in November 2017. It was issued by the Xinjiang Political and Legal Affairs Commission.

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B. Allen-Ebrahimian

@BethanyAllenEbr

Details about the detention camp how-to manual:

It was approved by Zhu Hailun, Xinjiang’s deputy party secretary and disseminated in November 2017. It was issued by the Xinjiang Political and Legal Affairs Commission.

B. Allen-Ebrahimian

@BethanyAllenEbr

It presents a master plan for managing mass internment, including details on how to “prevent escapes.” This proves, in the Chinese government’s very own words, that detainees are held in the camps against their own will.

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B. Allen-Ebrahimian

@BethanyAllenEbr

It presents a master plan for managing mass internment, including details on how to “prevent escapes.” This proves, in the Chinese government’s very own words, that detainees are held in the camps against their own will.

B. Allen-Ebrahimian

@BethanyAllenEbr

The manual’s written style combines standard Chinese bureaucratese with Orwellian doublespeak, blandly prescribing the secure management of toilet breaks and combat training for guards, while referring to inmates as “students” and listing the requirements to “graduate.”

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B. Allen-Ebrahimian

@BethanyAllenEbr

The manual’s written style combines standard Chinese bureaucratese with Orwellian doublespeak, blandly prescribing the secure management of toilet breaks and combat training for guards, while referring to inmates as “students” and listing the requirements to “graduate.”

B. Allen-Ebrahimian

@BethanyAllenEbr

The manual reveals a points-based behavior-control system within the camps. Points are tabulated by assessing the inmates’ “ideological transformation, study and training, and compliance with discipline,” the manual says.

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B. Allen-Ebrahimian

@BethanyAllenEbr

The manual reveals a points-based behavior-control system within the camps. Points are tabulated by assessing the inmates’ “ideological transformation, study and training, and compliance with discipline,” the manual says.

B. Allen-Ebrahimian

@BethanyAllenEbr

The camps have 3 security zones: ”very strict,” “strict,” and “general management.” Detainees are sorted into zones based on background and points. They are moved to lower-security zones as their scores improve; or punished for low scores by being placed in higher-security zones.

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B. Allen-Ebrahimian

@BethanyAllenEbr

The camps have 3 security zones: ”very strict,” “strict,” and “general management.” Detainees are sorted into zones based on background and points. They are moved to lower-security zones as their scores improve; or punished for low scores by being placed in higher-security zones.

B. Allen-Ebrahimian

@BethanyAllenEbr

The manual also includes a creepy section on “manner education,” directing camp personnel to provide instruction to detainees in such areas as “etiquette,” “obedience,” “friendship behaviors” and the “regular change of clothes.”

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B. Allen-Ebrahimian

@BethanyAllenEbr

The manual also includes a creepy section on “manner education,” directing camp personnel to provide instruction to detainees in such areas as “etiquette,” “obedience,” “friendship behaviors” and the “regular change of clothes.”

B. Allen-Ebrahimian

@BethanyAllenEbr

Why do Chinese authorities think that normal adults need help making friends and dressing themselves? Xinjiang expert @dtbyler said this stems from a prevalent belief among Han Chinese that Uighurs are “backwards”–aka the colonial narrative of the savage “other.”

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B. Allen-Ebrahimian

@BethanyAllenEbr

Why do Chinese authorities think that normal adults need help making friends and dressing themselves? Xinjiang expert @dtbyler said this stems from a prevalent belief among Han Chinese that Uighurs are “backwards”–aka the colonial narrative of the savage “other.”

B. Allen-Ebrahimian

@BethanyAllenEbr

Now on to the “Integrated Joint Operations Platform”– the “cybernetic brain” behind many detentions in Xinjiang. @jmulvenon said IJOP isn’t just “pre-crime,” it’s a “machine-learning, artificial intelligence, command and control” platform that substitutes AI for human judgment.

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B. Allen-Ebrahimian

@BethanyAllenEbr

Now on to the “Integrated Joint Operations Platform”– the “cybernetic brain” behind many detentions in Xinjiang. @jmulvenon said IJOP isn’t just “pre-crime,” it’s a “machine-learning, artificial intelligence, command and control” platform that substitutes AI for human judgment.

B. Allen-Ebrahimian

@BethanyAllenEbr

The China Cables provide inside details about what all the mass surveillance and data collection is FOR. It is fed into IJOP, which learns from the data and uses it to produce lists of names, sometimes 1000s at a time, for police to detain.

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